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Weigh-In Results: Manny Pacquiao 147, Tim Bradley 146

By Jake Donovan

Any worries of this weekend's headliner between Manny Pacquiao and Tim Bradley lacking super fight buzz were immediately alleviated the moment the doors opened at the MGM Grand for Friday's live weigh-in.

A capacity crowd of more than 5,000 rabid fans crammed into the famed Vegas venue for the afternoon's festivities, in which all of the fighters appearing on Saturday's card hit the scales Friday afternoon. 

Pacquiao came in at the divisional limit of 147 lb., while Bradley stepped on the scale at a chiseled 146 lb.

The bout serves as the headliner of a four-fight HBO PPV telecast (Saturday 9PM ET/6PM PT)

Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38KO) makes the fourth defense of the alphabet welterweight belt he acquired with a 12th round stoppage of Miguel Cotto in Nov. '09. 

Bradley (28-0, 12KO) fights at the welterweight limit for just the second time since becoming a major player in the 140 lb. division. The sculpted Californian has made his mark as the best super lightweight on the planet as he vies for a title in a second weight class in by far the biggest fight of his career.

WEIGH-IN RESULTS

HBO PPV
Manny Pacquiao 147 lb. v. Tim Bradley 146 lb. - 12 rds for Pacquiao's 147 lb. title
Jorge Arce 123.5 lb. v. Jesus Rojas 123.5 - 10 rounds, featherweight non-title fight
Mike Jones 146.5 lb. v. Randall Bailey 146 lb. - 12 rds, vacant welterweight title
Guillermo Rigondeaux 122 lb. v. Teon Kennedy 122 lb - 12 rds for Rigondeaux' 122 lb title

OFF-TV
Michael Zewski 149 lb. v. Ryan Grimaldo 149 lb. - 8 rds, welterweight
Jesse Hart 165 lb. v. Manuel Eastman 161 lb. - 4 rds, super middleweight

Jake Donovan is the Managing Editor of Boxingscene.com. Follow Jake on Twitter: @JakeNDaBox  or submit questions/comments via  e-mail

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tata Moran on 06-09-2012

WOW.. so what, big deal? PAC weighed in at 147, but it's not like he's gonna gain more weight come fight night. Hell, he might even come at 147 as well! you make it such a big deal? different weight…

Comment by SplitSecond on 06-09-2012

pacquiao must want that extra "umph" to knock bradley out and give the fans an exciting climax

Comment by Spoon23 on 06-09-2012

[IMG]http://philboxing.com/news/pix/pac-bradley.weighin.cf.03.330w.jpg[/IMG] This looks fighting ready to me.

Comment by Phantomas on 06-09-2012

Pac will be punching air all fight, late rounds he will be tired with no power. Pac would be very lucky if he gets a ko first 3 rounds.

Comment by jabjab on 06-09-2012

As someone said Manny has tremendous legs. That's where power comes from. If Manny use side to side movements tis night it's easier to him. He is just best in that. I see manny winning late round ko.

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